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Summary

Four more extended episodes from the award-winning BBC Radio 4 series, specially compiled by producer Jon Naismith.

Another collection of episodes from the famous antidote to panel games now in its 18th edition. Jack Dee challenges regular panellists Tim Brooke-Taylor, and Barry Cryer, with a series of silly games against which to pit their wits. In tribute to Jeremy Hardy, a long-running guest panellist on the show who passed away in 2019, he features in every episode. 

Highlights include One Song to the Tune of Another, Swanee Kazoo, Stars in Their Ears, Sexed-Down Song Titles and Ornitholgists’ Film Club.

Enjoy this fine feast of wit and wordplay, accompanied by Colin Sell on the piano and with the lovely Samantha keeping score.

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Critic reviews

"ISIHAC is still unmissable. It remains the most thrillingly anarchic panel show in any media you care to name." (Simon Mayo, Mail on Sunday)

"The funniest comedy quiz show of them all." (Sue Arnold, The Observer)

What listeners say about I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue 18

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Just Funny

What can’t you love about this show, hearing Jeremy and Tim again. They will never die so long as we keep laughing.

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A lovely send-off to the much-missed Jeremy Hardy

I am an unashamed ISIHAC superfan and so I was always going to give this a good review. On several occasions I found myself crying with both laughter and sadness at some fantastic, and now poignant lines. A favourite moment has to be Jeremy singing "Thank You For the Music" to the tune of "You Fill Up My Senses".

"'Cos everyone listens when I start to sing". We certainly do.

A fantastic compilation of shows for any fan of ISIHAC and/or Jeremy Hardy.

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ISIHAC is to Radio4, as Ronseal is to fences!

A beloved show, that would almost certainly, be shelved, if the BBC have to concentrate revenue, on big budget, commercially driven content: ISIHAC, is one of the last of its kind. A hidden treasure, that too few people encounter.
Been a fan for years, & lucky enough to see some recordings.
From his rapport with Graeme Garden, & Barry Cryer, snubbing TB-T, & continuation of insulting Colin Sell; Casting Jack Dee, as the chair, is inspired.
Saddened by the loss of Tim Brooke-Taylor.

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Yet another cracking set of shows!

I'm biased, I have loved this program for years and it just keeps, in my opinion, getting better. Definitely worth a listen!

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ISIHC with the blessedJeremy Hardy

To be honest, they are all good, but The late and truly wonderful Jeremy Hardy is the gift that keeps on giving.

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Echo through the whole recording

The whole recording sounds like it’s in a church, you would expect the recording studio to fix that before publishing

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In memory of Jeremy Hardy

Fantastic set of episodes featuring the late Jeremy Hardy which really show just how truly funny he was.

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You'll have had your tea

Jack Dee delivers silly things to do to panellists. Still has me crying with laughter.

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Really not worth your monthly subscription. Fun though it is, you expect a lot more for your money.

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A lovely sendoff to Jeremy Hardy

With the untimely death of Jeremy Hardy, Jeremy is featured on all the episodes for Volume 18. I've been listening to this show for 40yrs and it's always a 5-star listen. This volume is no different, although it is tinged with some sadness. This was a lovely tribute and sendoff to a talented comic. Thanks for all the laughs, Jeremy...just not the singing though. :-D

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